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AKSHAYE KUMAR


WHAT is it about the small screen that seems to attract all Bollywood? The latest to join the ever-swelling ranks is AKSHAYE KUMAR, who is soon to host a programme on martial arts for the National Geographic Channel. For Kumar, this is a prestigious assignment — one that brings him back to where he started. The martial arts which shaped not only the man but also his philosophy of life. "I realised that martial arts can change your life for the better, it lets you get a grip on yourself ." His advice to all youngsters is to watch his programme and consider joining martial arts so that they can all benefit. Perhaps that is what today's youth need to stir some action into their lives — take a cue from Kumar and earn a black belt for life.

SUCHITRA BEHAL

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